Psychology 345: Cognitive Neuroscience

  • 3 hours, 3 credits
  • Prerequisites: Psychology 101 and 243

A survey of the behavioral models of human cognitive processes combined with recent neropsychological and brain-imaging data on the neural mechanisms that underlie these cognitive processes. Topics include an introduction to brain-imaging methods, object and face recognition, visual imagery, attention, speech and language, spatial behavior, calculation and planning/problem solving.